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About Clover Cliff Ranch Bed & Breakfast

About the Innkeepers

Meet Warren and Susie Harshman, the current owners of the Clover Cliff Ranch. From the time they were born, they have always called the Flint Hills of Kansas home. They appreciate both the beauty of the area and the people, who are their neighbors and friends. Their four sons and daughters-in-law have also chosen to live in the Flint Hills. Fifteen grandchildren, who range in age from babies to teenagers, are busy taking advantage of the same opportunities their great grandparents, grandparents and parents enjoyed growing up in this unique place.

When Warren and Susie aren’t busy with their diversified family business interests that include rock crushing, cattle and related organizations, they enjoy spending time with family and friends. They regularly contribute time and energy to their church and other community groups. Warren is an avid deep-sea diver and is happy to share stories from trips to Cozumel, Little Cayman and other destinations, while Susie looks forward to spending time on the beach. One of Susie’s hobbies is painting china.  She would much rather paint beautiful flowers than swim among the sharks, barracuda and other intimidating underwater creatures.

When Warren and Susie learned that the Clover Cliff Ranch would be sold, they began dreaming of a new chapter in their already busy lives. They seriously wanted the property to have local ownership. They had strong feelings that this community treasure needed to be shared – its history, its beauty and its cultural heritage. They are proud to be keepers who preserve and build on the foundation that owners before have passed on to them.

The Clover Cliff Ranch is a perfect place for Warren and Susie to offer gracious hospitality to new friends from far away, as well as to the local Flint Hills community. They find great pleasure in providing a comfortable place for sharing special times. They extend a warm welcome to guests who come to enjoy a wide variety of interests – hunters, hikers, photographers, artists, writers as well as those who come to just appreciate some quiet time.

Explore the Common Areas of the Inn

The Formal Parlor, truly a step back in time. This room is furnished with pieces carved by master craftsmen of the 19th century. The Victorian Rococo rosewood parlor set – sofa, armchair and lady’s chair – is attributed to Prudent Mallard, the New Orleans icon whose name is associated with fine 19th-century furniture.

The Family Parlor, a comfortable and informal space Luxurious leather furniture invites groups or individuals to gather and relax – watching television, playing board games, reading and maybe taking time for private reflection.

The Hunt Room, a more rustic area with a masculine décor. Serious hunters will appreciate the details of impressive trophies that share wall space with flat-screen cable television. Upscale leather furniture provides a place to simply relax or share conversations.

The Veranda, sun porch with a panoramic view of the hills and river valley. Breakfast is served at a choice of tables for two or a dining table that accommodates larger groups of family and friends. Both coffee and hot teas are always available for guests to serve themselves.

The Office, furnished with a desk and printer. This semi-private space provides an area for guests who need to stay connected with life’s ever-present responsibilities and obligations.

The Kitchen, a busy place at breakfast time. We are happy to share refrigerator and freezer space with guests at other times, within the limits of our capacity.